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yjy18
Calcite | Level 5

Hello! 

 

This is my first time on the SAS forum, and it is also my first time ever using SAS (no prior coding experience either).

I am trying to write a code that can import and open an SAS Data Set, so that I can view and process its contents. However, the data also contains Korean, and I have already installed the program with both English and Korean options, the charts keep reading unidentifiable characters. 

 

I'm trying to figure out how to (1) get the program to read the SAS file (the stl819...) and (2) process the data with Korean showing up 

 

If anyone has any suggestions of code lines to try, I would greatly appreciate it!!!

 

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yjy18
Calcite | Level 5

Thank you for the suggestion! Using the Korean version of SAS solved my issue. 

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